Hypertension: Bad Genes or Excess Salt?

Many Americans, including far too many physicians, appear to believe that the development of high blood pressure (BP) is largely the result of bad genes, being overweight, growing older, or just bad luck. Far too many MDs give their patients with prehypertension and hypertension (HTN) the impression that salt intake is a minor factor for a few ?salt sensitive? people but for most people the ca...

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